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Transposon domain track now available for Ceratitis capitata

Dr. Alexie Papanicolaou has provided a set of predicted transposon domains for the Mediteranean fruit fly Ceratitis capitata.

You can view this new data in the C. capitata JBrowse/Web Apollo browser.